New Delhi, Jan 10 (PTI) CBI Deputy SP Devender Kumar Thursday moved the Delhi High Court against Director Alok Verma’s decision to reverse transfer orders of various officers.Also Read - Law Of Land Supreme, Twitter Will Have to Follow Rules, Says IT Minister Ashwini Vaishnaw
The plea is likely to be listed for hearing on Friday before Justice Najmi Waziri, who has already reserved verdict on various petitions of Special Director Rakesh Asthana, Kumar and middleman Manoj Prasad seeking to quash the bribery FIR against them. Also Read - 'How Long Does Your Process Take?': Delhi HC Raps Twitter Over Delay in Appointment of Grievance Redressal Officer
Kumar, in his application filed in the pending petition, has sought direction to the CBI to not allow Alok Verma and other retransferred officers to deal with FIR against him and others in any manner. Also Read - Twitter Has Failed to Comply With New IT Rules Despite Repeated Reminders, Centre Tells Delhi HC
Verma joined the office on Wednesday, 77 days after he was sent on forced leave by the central government through a late-night order on October 23, 2018, which was set aside by the Supreme Court on Tuesday.
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